|Skiddaw from Keswick launch landing stage.|
Had a ride over to see my mate Les this morning, and as there is a dearth of bird life decided to play the tourist. So what follows is just a few tourist type photos.
When I arrived Les was stood around drinking coffee and chatting to the other drivers before he took the 10-30 launch out.
|Les on the landing, we took the right hand one out.|
|The sun was shining for a while and had it continued to do so all the rowing boats would be out on the water.|
|Looking South West, with more landings and Derwent Island in the background.|
|tourists beginning to arrive and do the usual touristy stuff, which includes feeding the ducks and geese.|
|I think he is trying to join google circles.|
|Looking South down the lake, with Cat bells on the right, then Robinson.|
|And a more westerly panorama, and at this stage the sun had gone and didn't return, apart from a brief early evening spell before the rain set in.|
|Les at the controls, and our first drop-off and pic-up at Nickle End Marine|
|The Lady Margaret Rose heading back to Keswick.|
|A lone Cormorant sat on the dead branches, with Cat Bells in the back ground|
|Falcon crag on the right, and the tree covered Walla crag to the left.|
|And lastly Falcon crag on its own, well named as Peregrines regularly nest there|